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Tessel Bazelmans started at King’s in 2015 as a PhD student on a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Training Network. She worked on a longitudinal study of infants and toddlers with a family history of Autism or ADHD (British Autism Study of Infant Siblings – BASIS). Her research focused on physiological arousal (e.g. heart rate) in relation to emerging symptoms of ASD.  

After finishing her PhD in 2019, Tessel started working as a Research Associate on a follow-up study which involved inviting the same families back when the children are in mid-childhood.